Monday, October 7, 2013

Dowling Street

This past Friday I was working at the White River gallery in Montague, Michigan, where I am a member. The gallery is a stone's throw from where we keep our boat in the summer.

Since it's past the peak of tourist season I wasn't busy. So in the afternoon I sat down on a bench, in front of the gallery, and did this sketch of the building across from the way on Dowling Street. It was a fun way to spend time and enjoy the waning warm days of the fall season.


  1. I can't put my finger on why but I love the composition.

  2. Love what you painted and what you left unpainted. So inviting--open door, details in the windows, golden brick wall.


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